Hysterical Media Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for October 11th:
Bottom Line: These are you daily doses of nonsense from the generally godless, soulless and slanderous news media...
Our Democracy Could Be Sunk by a President Adrift Eugene Robinson, Wash Post
Excerpt: The truth can no longer be ignored: Donald Trump is dangerously unfit to be president and could lead the nation to unthinkable disaster. So what are we going to do about it?
So many directions I could go with this. First, I could point out that the author hasn't a clue as to our system of government. I could point out that the author and the Washington Post have been slandering the President since he first announced his run for President and thus I'd agree that the truth can no longer be ignored...but I'll take up the argument that's being advanced by these nonsensical fools. Once again, we have the argument being advanced that Trump's a loose cannon and thus represents a threat to our national security. That argument, if you accept the premise, would actually ensure peace. If a foreign dictator/leader really though that Donald Trump wasn't a sane person and really might nuke them, is there any chance they'd provoke him? But that's just logical and these people aren't.
ESPN Punishes Hill for Challenging White Status Quo Barrett Holmes Pitner, Dly Beast
So now someone calling for the boycott of a team, and the advertisers of the team, she's supposed to objectively cover is "challenging white status quo". The only atrocity is that she's still employed by ESPN at all. Curt Schilling was fired from ESPN for this tweet: “A man is a man no matter what they call themselves. I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, men’s room was designed for the penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws telling us differently? Pathetic.” But a leftist black woman calls the President a racist bigot and calls for the boycotting of an NFL team's advertisers and she's employed. Racism and bigotry is alive and well at ESPN.
The President Needs to Distract From the Awful Job He's Doing Ezra Klein, Vox
Let's see. 3.1% economic growth (best in years - was said to be not possible to achieve). Lowest unemployment rate since prior to the Great Recession. 2.9% wage growth year over year for the average person working (best since 2007). Record stock market gains and subsequent record retirement account valuations for Americans contributing to them. Yeah, he really needs to distract from all of this emerging economic prosperity alright.